Myanmar migrant workers sent to Thailand under MoU

The health checks for six prohibited diseases were conducted on Myanmar migrant workers sent to Thailand under the MoU system, according to the Labour Attaché Office.
A total of 301 workers were sent for the second batch yesterday via the Myawady-Mae Sot Bridge (2) and the Thai officials conducted the necessary health processes.
If the workers are tested positive for COVID-19, the officials put them under quarantine, grant a Work Permit (Border 40), a two-year stay visa and arrange to send them to their worksite directly.
The Labour Attaché Office welcomed 301 workers and facilitated the processes and conducted proper activities with the officials of border camps for the Myanmar migrant workers who did not face any difficulties.
Moreover, 287 Myanmar workers under the MoU system were sent to Thailand to work at Panus Poultry Group Co. Ltd. on Tuesday. — TWA/GNLM

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